4 edition of Chinese archaeological abstracts. found in the catalog.
by Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles in Los Angeles, Calif
Written in English
Translation of abstracting reports of research appearing in Chinese journals between 1972-1981.
|Statement||edited by Albert E. Dien, Jeffrey K. Riegel, and Nancy T. Price.|
|Series||Monumenta archaeologica ;, v. 9, Monumenta archaeologica (University of California, Los Angeles. Institute of Archaeology) ;, v. 9.|
|Contributions||Dien, Albert E., Riegel, Jeffrey K., 1945-, Price, Nancy T. 1939-|
|LC Classifications||DS715 .C454 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 618 p. :|
|Number of Pages||618|
|LC Control Number||85018079|
Chinese Archaeological Abstracts, 2: Prehistoric to Western Zhou (Monumenta Archaeologica) (English and Chinese Edition) Published by The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press () ISBN ISBN A Group of Tang Tombs were Found in Li County, Hebei Province, N China: To cooperate with the infrastructure, from July to August in , Hebei Provincial Cultural Relics Institute in conjunction with Baoding City Heritage Management Office, Li County Cultural Relics Preservation Office conducted a salvage archaeological excavation to eight Tang tombs.
INDIVIDUAL ABSTRACTS (Papers and Posters) 44 3 SYMPOSIUM ABSTRACTS explores material and archaeological evidence of violence to explain how [SYM] Being Chinese: Current Scholarship on the Chinese Diaspora in 19th-Century North America Organizer(s): Chelsea Rose (Southern Oregon University), Ryan Kennedy (Indiana. Abstracts 2 Shih-shan Susan Huang Buddhist Frontispieces Printed During the Song, Xi Xia, and Yuan Periods This paper examines art, culture, and religion as related to Buddhist woodblock printing in manuscript and book culture during the Song, Xia Xia, and Yuan periods (tenth to fourteenth centuries).
Archaeology and Architecture of the Overseas Chinese: A Bibliography (Schulz and Allen ) Page 2 We would like to keep this bibliography current, and will be occasionally updating the references. Please e-mail additional citations to at [email protected] or mail the citations to: Dr. Rebecca Allen Past Forward, Inc. P.O. Box Cited by: 3. NINMACH Abstracts book ?confId=3.
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book Rudolph. Find more information ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: English language abstracts of Chinese archaeological reports. Errata sheet included. Description: pages. An account of the remarkable decade of Chinese archaeology from toas abstracted from Chinese journals.
Volume 2, Prehistoric to Western Zhou, contains abstracts of over articles describing excavations at sites ranging from Paleolithic through Western Zhou. Liberally Chinese archaeological abstracts. book with line drawings from the original articles. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XX S., S.
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Chinese Archaeological Abstracts is an invaluable resource for those interested in Chinese archaeology. For the first time, non-Chinese-speaking scholars can have ready access to data published in three major Chinese journals, Kaogo Xuebao. During the Song dynasty (–), the Chinese gentry's antiquarian pursuits of art collecting, scholar-officials retrieved ancient relics from archaeological sites in order to revive the use of ancient vessels in ceremonies of state ritual.
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Excavations from at Anyang, also in. Book of abstracts. Identifying the colorants in archaeological textiles from Central Asia: a long and difficult story Dominique Cardon CIHAM/UMR, CNRS, Lyon, France [email protected] The Franco-Chinese Archaeological Mission in Xinjiang (directors Corinne Debaine-Francfort and Abduressul Idris) has been excavating archaeological.
Abstracts: 86th General Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America (Volume ) Archaeological Institute of America Price:US $ Quantity:1 Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America Condition:Used: Very Good Binding: Paperback (Saddle Stitched) Dust Jacket (if applicable).
Date: ISBN: (if applicable): Rating: % positive. Text in Chinese, title page in English and Chinese, introduction in English. x 19cm. "The site of the Yangshao culture village at Beishouling is located on the second terrace on the norther bank of the Wei river at Baoji, excavation was begun by the Baoji Archaeological Team of IA, Cass inand an area of 4, square.
The book was awarded the first prize in the Dr. Xia Nai Archaeology Awards ofand a prize in the Guo Moruo Chinese History Awards of 4. Co-authored chapter three of the Zhou Dynasty edition of Chinese Archaeology (published by China’s Social Sciences Press in December of ) with Tang Jinqiong.
The Appearance and Application of Chinese Tomb Painting. Abstract: The studies on the Chinese tomb paintings mainly have dealt with the subject matters and contents of wall paintings in a tomb. The paper titled "The Construction and Function of Tomb Paintings," however, paid an attention on the evolution and function of murals inside a tomb in the development of Chinese tomb.
It is intended that there will be at least one book produced from the Inter-Congress. Depending on funding, this will be produced in both Chinese and English or Chinese with extended abstracts of presentations made in English.
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